We have been working to take our programming and services online. We will be utilizing the Zoom Meeting Service for classes and workshops, new social hours, and more opportunities to receive direct assistance – online!
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Face to Face Connections.
Don’t have a computer, smartphone or tablet? You can still join us with a phone line!
Learn healthy cooking and eating from the comfort of your own kitchen in GenPRIDE’s six-week Healthy Cooking Class – Level 2. This free, online series is presented in partnership with the Chicken Soup Brigade and is open to any King County resident 55 years or older or their caregivers.
For six Tuesdays beginning January 19, Nutritionist & Educator Haley Higgins will demonstrate how to prepare easy, affordable, tasty, and healthy foods at home. You’ll also learn how to make healthy food choices to prevent and manage common health concerns. This intermediate class is specially designed for folks who already have a basic understanding of nutrition and health.
Participants will also have the option to reserve and pick up a free grocery bag containing ingredients for each week’s recipe from the GenPRIDE office on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. Come join us for this fun and informative class!
Tuesdays 6:30 to 7:30pm
Jan 19 – Feb 23
Join us for a FREE 8-week Introduction to Qigong class series, with longtime master instructor Kimberly Ivy, founder of Seattle’s Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong. Qigong is a contemplative movement system that is one of the main branches of Chinese Medicine, along with Nutrition, Massage, Herbs, and Acupuncture.
There are many variations of Qigong and you’ve likely come across several versions online and in the parks. No matter the method variety, all Qigong is a health system that helps us to understand Yin/Yang philosophy, meditation, breath, and movement.
All of these beautiful flows harmonize the body, mind, and spirit with nature and provide many health benefits! You will find that in a short time, you will feel better all around!
During this series, Kim will share The Muscle Tendon Changing, Bone Marrow Washing Qigong form in the Qigong system. It’s a funny name but an amazing form to stretch the body & get the Qi flowing for Spring. All are welcome, regardless of previous experience! Classes are Fridays 10:30am to 11:30am, starting January 15, 2021.
Fridays 10:30 to 11:30am
Jan 15 – Mar 5
Pre-registration is required. you can sign up at this link: www.genpri.de/qigong
In anticipation of Black History Month, join GenPRIDE at the Movies on Friday, Jan. 29 at 6pm for a free online showing of the new hit film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, with outstanding performances by Viola Davis (Fences, How to Get Away with Murder) and the late Chadwick Boseman (Marshall, Black Panther).
This screen adaptation of the powerful play by August Wilson depicts a day in a 1920s recording studio for the real-life and openly bisexual “Mother of the Blues,” Ma Rainey and her band. Enjoy both the movie and a lively online discussion afterward.
Enjoy both the movie and an online discussion afterward!
Friday, Jan 29 beginning at 6pm
Register now at http://genpri.de/movies
Our Community Conversations are LGBTQIA+ safe spaces by and for our community. While others are welcome to participate, our communities’ voices will be prioritized and we hold a judgment-free, safe space for all members.
Participants are free to speak about any topic however we do pre-selected topics each week that serve as great ice breakers.
This is a great way to socialize and find local resources, along with sharing fun things to do that others may not have thought of.
These talks will be in the form of group discussions. Conversations are led by GenPRIDE volunteers and community experts with an emphasis on the impact on our lives. Sponsored by GenPRIDE!
Gratitude – Do you have a gratitude journal? Name at least 3 things or people you are most grateful for today. How does gratefulness manifest in your life? Is there a link between gratitude, health and healing? How can we integrate gratitude into the culture of our divided country?
Giving – What compels you to give your time, energy and money to a cause? Let’s examine monetary gift giving versus being of service. What gifts and talents do you have to share? What role does volunteering play in your life? How could this be a path to personal fulfillment?
Every Second Thursday of the Month
from 6:30– 8 pm.
Please email email@example.com to register.
Classes are free and open to all senior and older adult LGBTQIA+, their Significant Others, Friends, Family, Allies, or Caregivers.
Experience with yoga or stretching is not required. This class is designed to be approachable by all populations, regardless of fitness level. Moves in class are broken down in a slow and manageable manner.
The intention of the class is to move a little and have a lot of fun – even if you don’t perform each move perfectly.
Join us for this 40-minute movement-based class that integrates full-body strength, balance, and core-strengthening exercises.
Exercises will focus on strengthening the major muscle groups of the body in vertical and horizontal positions for strength and challenging our static and dynamic balance.
In this virtually-taught class, we will use our own body weight using a chair for balance for support and a mat to aid various core strengthening exercises.
Stay Fit at on your own schedule with Yoga and Exercise Videos. These pre-recorded videos are free to watch any time!
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